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Service to Others and the Community

Building Self-Esteem and Sense of Purpose

Learning Selfless Service at Ashcreek

Service to Those in Need and the Community

One of our main goals is to help our boys understand what it means to be part of community. As a result Ashcreek Academy is committed to participation in community service projects. Community service provides an atmosphere in which boys learn to enrich the lives of others by getting outside of themselves.

Ashcreek Academy students participate in community and neighborhood service projects to promote self-esteem and a sense of purpose. Service projects consist of work projects, community beautification, as well as visiting those who are in need of friendship and companionship at local nursing homes, senior citizens centers or assisted living homes.

Community Service Activities

Here are a few of our community service activities:

  • Community beautification projects
  • Adopt a highway roadside cleanup
  • Visiting Senior Citizen Care Centers
  • Volunteering at local animal shelters
  • Best Friends Animal Sanctuary Service
  • Community Emergency Volunteers
  • Volunteering at local marathons and triathalons
  • Special Olympics Volunteers
Service at Ashcreek residential treatment center in Utah

Selfless Service Builds Character and Compassion

One of our main focuses at Ashcreek is to help our students build and solidify their character. Often the best antidote for inner struggles is outward service for others. During the treatment process there is a lot of focus on the individual and his problems, the effects of his choices and his internal struggles. Getting out and spending time with others who are less fortunate, or going through difficult life struggles of their own is life-changing for the boys at Ashcreek.

No matter the service opportunity; whether it be working with underprivileged children, senior citizens, or helping at an animal shelter- our boys love checking in with those they are serving and grow in love and appreciation for others. Boys new to the program are usually surprised at how much the visits enhance their own lives and relationships.

Service at Ashcreek residential treatment center
For Help Call: (435) 215-0500 Kris Archer- Director of Admissions/ Outreach
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